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Table Runners

Table Runners

For a casual vibe with a hint of sophistication, try a white, ivory, or gold table runner. Rustic table runners with pine cone or plaid motifs will give your tablescape some toasty cabin appeal. Shop a variety of lengths, including 36" and 72" long sizes.

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Glam up any tablescape with a gold table runner gliding smoothly down the center. Table runners tread the line between the formality of a tablecloth and the starkness of a bare table. You can use one to create a lovely foundation for a centerpiece or even for a trio of candleholders in differing heights.

Decorating with one of these slender table linens allows you to introduce a pop of color to your tablescape. A blue table runner adds a refreshing coolness to your table and might look nice paired with a soft green or ashen gray wood. A navy blue table runner, meanwhile, is quite striking against a light oak or whitewash finish.

You can just as easily warm up the look of your presentation with shades of gold and dark red. This faux silk table runner can be personalized with your monogram for a custom quality, as well as a hint of majesty. Looking to tone things back a bit? Try a pretty cotton table runner woven in colors of coral and ivory. Choose fabric napkins and placemats in a similar shade of ivory to maintain a subtle vibe.

If you've been searching for linens on the shorter side, try a coffee table runner 14"x36" in length. In the living room, a table runner lends instant class to the space, especially when paired with a central tray. A more appropriate length for a dining table runner, meanwhile, might look more like 72 inches long. Either way, those desiring an elegant look will want their table runner to hang slightly over the table's edge. A table runner that doesn't cascade over the edge creates a more casual feel.

For those who like a touch of woodland charm, look no further than rustic table runners patterned with pine cones. Offset woodland prints with a centerpiece fashioned from birch branches and pine greenery. Or, if you're more partial to Southwest themes, choose a runner patterned with Kokopelli or diamond prints. Succulents in small pots will steal the show, in the center of your table.

Wherever you land on the styling spectrum, find just what you need to arrange a gorgeous table setting.